Jewish Travel Guide: 7 Best Kosher Hotels In London - Updated 2023


Spending your holiday means giving yourself the opportunity to kick back and relax. Amongst the numerous things London is famous for, the Big Ben, the Royal Family, and the London Eye feature at the top of the list. Some of the best places to visit are Madame Tussauds London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Kew Gardens. With Shabbath-observing kosher Jews, looking for a place to eat can be a source of stress, especially for those who have specific dietary preferences. Thankfully, the city has a number of establishments–both hotels and restaurants–that are suitable for those who are kosher. Below is a list of the best kosher hotels in London.

1. Croft Court Hotel (from USD 124)

Offering kosher breakfast, Croft Court Hotel is less than a kilometer (0.62 mi) away from Golders Green, known informally as the Jewish center in London. It is also a train ride away from West End. The establishment provides guests with views of a garden. Wi-Fi is available on-site.

Croft Court Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 44 Ravenscroft Avenue
Accommodates: 3

Parking Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Laundry Free parking Internet services Express check-in/check-out

2. London Marriott Hotel Park Lane (from USD 790)

Marriott Hotels are known for their luxurious furnishings and good service, and its London branch is no exception. Besides offering kosher breakfast, it also has vegetarian, gluten-free, and halal options for guests to choose from. Shops, theaters, and restaurants are close to the hotel. If you want more options to choose from, hop on one of the trains at Marble Arch London Underground Station to gain access to the other parts of London.

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane

Wifi Available

Address: 140 Park Lane
Accommodates: 4

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Sauna Fitness centre

3. The Pillar Hotel (from USD 251)

Situated in a two-acre (0.8 hectare) property, the Pillar Hotel is a stylish, kosher hotel patterned after classic Victorian homes. It features just about everything that you will want or need during your stay. Suites are even furnished with a kitchenette for guests’ convenience. Hendon Central Tube Station is a 10-minute walk away from the hotel, allowing guests easy access to the rest of London. Wi-Fi is available in all areas of the hotel.

The Pillar Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 19 Brent Street, Brent Cross
Accommodates: 2

Parking Room service Meeting/banquet facilities 24-hour front desk Garden Facilities for disabled guests Family rooms Free parking

4. Holiday Inn Express London Golders Green (from USD 87)

The hotel offers kosher breakfast, and there are also a number of restaurants within the immediate vicinity if you are looking for more dining options. Those who are traveling by car will appreciate the fact that the establishment provides easy access to the M1 and M25 motorways.

Holiday Inn Express London - Golders Green (A406), an IHG Hotel

Address: 58 Regents Park Road, London, England, GBR, N3 3JN

Kosher-friendly hotels

5. Park Avenue Hotel (from USD 207)

Park Avenue Hotel is located in the center of the bustling Stamford Hill. The property is near synagogues, mikvahs, kosher restaurants, and shops that a Shabbath-observing Jew will find useful during his stay in the city.

The clean and inviting guest rooms are uniquely designed and come equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi which can be used for both work and leisure. Start your day with some coffee made in the guest room’s coffee maker before you get down to savoring a kosher breakfast. Drinks can be enjoyed from the mini-bar back in your room.

Park Avenue Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: 146 Clapton Common
Accommodates: 4

Parking Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Free parking Internet services WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout

6. Royal Lancaster London (from USD 632)

Royal Lancaster London is home to Tony Page at Island Grill, a glatt kosher restaurant serving upscale dishes for lunch and dinner as well as Sunday brunches.

Guests of this hotel can select from double and family rooms, executive rooms, and studio suites, some of which boast nice city views but all are equipped with smart TVs and marble bathrooms. If you’re on the hunt for fun things to do, the property also arranges off-site activities such as cooking classes, cultural tours, themed dinner nights, and pub crawls.

Royal Lancaster London

Wifi Available

Address: Lancaster Terrace
Accommodates: 3

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Fitness centre

7. Vonder Hotel Kensington (from USD 94)

Located close to the Natural History Museum and Kensington Palace, Vonder Hotel is a highly rated hotels in the city. It offers rooms for all travelers, whether you’re solo, a couple, or a family. These rooms all come with the convenience of a kitchenette, a flat-screen TV, and access to Wi-Fi.

For food options, guests are welcome to dine at Vonder Hotel Cafe, which offers an a la carte menu for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Kosher meals are also offered for breakfast.

Philbeach Gardens Rooms

Wifi Available

Accommodates: 4

Terrace Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Internet services Heating WiFi Available Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout

Kosher-friendly accommodations

London is a city that has opened its doors to people from all walks of life. As such, it features a number of kosher establishments that are just right for those who follow this way of life. Choose among the kosher hotels in the UK so you can have peace of mind about where to stay in during your London holiday.

Frequently asked questions about kosher hotels in London

1. What are some affordable kosher hotels in London?

If you are looking for pocket-friendly kosher hotels in London, you can check out some of the moderately priced ones such as Croft Court Hotel or Vonder Hotel Kensington in the city.

2. Which kosher hotels in and near London have parking?

Most of the kosher hotels in and near London provide guest car parking. You can check out some of the best ones such as Croft Court Hotel, London Marriott Hotel Park Lane, and The Pillar Hotel.

Disclosure: Trip101 selects the listings in our articles independently. Some of the listings in this article contain affiliate links.

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